Posts “Hawks by a million” on Facebook
- Aug 3, 2008
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Let's get this one started, boyz.
That was a bizarre ending to the season last year. It's still a bit surreal to me. As far as this year, with Garza coming back, expectations are through the stratosphere, which they should be.I have a 2020 big ten tournament basketball. That sucker is going to be worth tens of dollars someday
I believe Disney was the issue. They’ve held two successful events with their protocols in place, and do not want any negative press tied to their brand with any outbreaks-especially with people actually returning to the parks.Rothstein has been tweeting and confirming non-conference games since he made that post, and also posted this....
It seems like Orlando was the issue.
Big 12 released conference schedules yesterday. Prohm said in his press conf last week that the plan for the ISU schedule is 18 conf games, 2 games in Big East and SEC challenge, Iowa, and 4 buy games. Right now the only one of those non-con games that's actually scheduled is the SEC challenge game.NCAA Basketball essentially shut down on March 12th. They have had all that time and watched multiple sports and their plans and scheduling and testing to plan and have their shit together.
This weekend will be Nov. 1st. The season starts on Nov. 25th. There is still no schedule out. They shut down multiple MTE's yesterday because they can't agree on testing. The NCAA for some fucked up reason seems to be trying to implement that if a team has ANY confirmed cases they have to shut the ENTIRE TEAM down for 14 days.
None of this should be hard at this point, but they can't figure it out. Fucking morons.
Hope you lose all of them!Big 12 released conference schedules yesterday. Prohm said in his press conf last week that the plan for the ISU schedule is 18 conf games, 2 games in Big East and SEC challenge, Iowa, and 4 buy games. Right now the only one of those non-con games that's actually scheduled is the SEC challenge game.
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